Read the following conversation and pay attention to the auxiliary verb “did“:
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John: (1)Did you watch last night’s game?
Would, should and could are known as auxiliary verbs or modal verbs. They are the past tense of will, shall, and can. In this post, we will show you detailed examples of when you should use “would.” At the bottom of the post, there are links to webpages discussing the uses of “will” versus “would.” There are also links to quizzes. 466 more words
Today we reviewed can/could/be able to and then talked about have/has to/had to and must/mustn´t. Remember, mustn´t means får inte. Then we worked in the book with speaking exercises and practised the new words from unit 2 and ended the lesson with a film and discussions related to the topic education. 144 more words